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Language Teachers

There are many good reasons to start learning a language. Mastering a foreign tongue however can be hard, and language teachers know that all learning methods have their pros and cons.

Some methods are highly effective with some learners and inadequate for others; some only work in certain contexts; some favour oral communication, some the written word.

Most teachers would however agree that extracurricular activities and learning outside the classroom can considerably boost the learning process and lead to better outcomes. focuses on actors in non-formal education such as pre-school teachers, trainers and educators in lifelong learning, and helps them by:

  • Disseminating best practice in education with regard to multilingualism as well as multilingual education;
  • Collecting information on motivators in language learning;
  • Showcasing research in best learning methods and the factors that facilitate multilingualism;
  • Creating a catalogue of on-line resources for language learning.


European Association for Terminology European Federation of National Institutions for Language RECIT
Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU European Theatre Convention Federal Union of European Nationalities
ALTE FundaciĆ³n Academia Europea de Yuste Culturelink
Eurolang Literature Across frontiers EEE-YFU
European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) European Council of Artists (ECA) European Council of Literary Translators' Associations
European Forum of Vocational Education and Training European Publishers Council EUNIC in Brussels
CMFE (Community Media Forum Europe) EUROCLIO Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT)
European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) European Federation for Intercultural Learning Federation of European Publishers
Club de Madrid European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres

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